White tea weight loss is not as widely publicized as green tea weight loss, but it is possible to achieve nonetheless. Read on to learn more about it.

People who drink white tea are often into living a healthy, organic lifestyle, so the typical food choices that they make tend to be pretty good ones.

One way to achieve white tea weight loss involves the caffeine in white tea (like the caffeine in green tea and all other teas), which can give your metabolism a little kick. Simply put, when you drink white tea, your body burns a little more energy than when you don't drink white tea. It is important to note, however, that the metabolic boost from the caffeine in white tea is a relatively small one, not a massive one.

White tea also has a delicate, slightly sweet flavor that people do not feel any need to add sweeteners to, so they tend to drink it "au natural," with nothing added to it. And of course because it contains zero calories, you can drink as much of it as you like without any guilt. (People who like it tend to like it quite a bit and drink fairly large amounts of it.) And of course whenever you make the choice to drink tea (or water) instead of any other calorie-laden drinks, you are on the path toward white tea weight loss.

Some people (though not all) report that they are able to achieve white tea weight loss because it reduces the number of cravings they have for salty or sweet or other fattening foods.

There are additional health benefits to drinking white tea, including the theory that it may have anti-carcinogenic, anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal effects, especially when you consume a fair amount of it.

There is nothing magical about white tea (or any other weight loss aid). The only way to achieve true and lasting white tea weight loss is to modify your eating and exercise habits so that you are burning more calories than you are consuming.

For more information about losing weight, read this home fitness article and this Medifast article.